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Curriculum vitae

1978 and 1979 exhibited with the Society of Portrait Sculptors.

1982 First solo exhibition in the Chelsea Library as sculpture representative for Kensington and Chelsea Festival of Art.

1986 Solo exhibition at the Leighton House Galleries.

1988 Studio exhibition of a series of eight large coloured bronze urns and vessels inspired by landscape and mythology, some later exhibited at the Solomon Gallery and the Jonathan Poole Gallery.

1995 Completion of the Thomas Cubitt Memorial, which stands on the Denbigh Triangle, Pimlico, London SW1.

1996 Solo exhibition of 27 bronzes at the Gallery in Cork Street, London W1. Exhibitor at the Heatherley School’s 150th Anniversary Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London S.W.1.

1997 Elected associate member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. Began a series of carvings from large oak trunks. “Goliath Beheaded”( 270 cm), “Torso of David” and “Maternity” (240 cm).

1998 Joint exhibitor at The Air Gallery, London W1. Sponsored by Robert Walters Plc.

1999 Solo exhibition at The Air Gallery, London W1. Joint exhibitor at the Air Gallery, London W1. Sponsored by Robert Walters Plc.

2001 Above lifesize statue of Ralph Vaughan Williams erected in Dorking, Surrey, where the composer lived most of his life. Statue of Thomas Cubitt erected in Dorking; made simultaneously with the Pimlico statue, it is an identical cast.
Exhibited “The Miller’s Daughter”, bronze (220 cm) at Newby Hall sculpture Park

2004 “Cuba Series” of paintings and sculptures.

2008 Dr Samuel Johnson. Commission for Felix Dennis’s “Garden of Heroes and Villiains”.

2009 Installation of “Spirits of The Air” in Brittany, France.

Recently William has divided his time between private commissions and his own work, particularly focusing on The “Ancient Mariner” series. He also continues to make paintings and etchings.

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